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From Trabzon to Diyarbakir is a two-legged bus journey with a stop in Erzurum, high on the Anatolian Plateau. The journey crosses the entire snowy plateau from north to south, passing small villages and white eroded mountains of basalt, sandstone, ...
... a waste of time I guess you could say. But let me touch on Erzerum briefly before I relay the relatively uninteresting visa hijinks. Erzurum is pretty much the most Islamic city you're likely to find in Turkey. It's a town of god fearing, patriotic, ...
No entry. For pin mark (route tracking) ...
We jumped in a taxi from the bus station and the driver was at least 80 with his vehicle at least as old. Almost nothing worked on the car. Wipers did nothing, the windows were so steamed up that you couldn't see out of any of them though this didn't ...
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5th century fortress.
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Posted by nipitiri
... rock, which is probably hidden behind water in the spring. Ulu mosque in Erzurum was the first mosque I visited in Turkey. A nice peaceful place. And Erzurum Evleri restaurant is a nice place to eat. In Erzurum I parted with my car and flew back to ...
Posted by manzara
... understanding and visitors not conforming to some of the, maybe, lesser know local customs will not bring any criticism. Erzurum is the highest city in Turkey, at an altitude of 1,850 m (6,070 ft). Located in the Eastern Anatolia Region, it is a city ...
Posted by bumihills
... /August of 2011, took me to destinations along the Black Sea coast (Trabzon and beautiful Sumela Monastery) eastern Turkey (Kars, Erzurum and Van....unfortunately recently hit by sizable earthquakes) back through Cappadocia and south to Antakya near the ...
Posted by jonamedo
How are foreigners received? How open is Erzurum to other religions? What prominent University can be found in Erzurum?